Starting May 26, the public is invited to put their knowledge to the test with the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in a series of free virtual trivia nights. At 8pm each Tuesday through June 23, CBMM’s education staff will host this casual competition for approximately one hour. No registration is required; to play along, visit cbmm.org/virtualtrivia.
Guests are encouraged to team up with members of their household or connect with friends virtually and join the game. Rounds are themed, and questions may cover anything from Chesapeake cuisine to landmarks to knot puns, and everything in between. Make sure to find the event on CBMM’s Facebook page each Monday for a hint about a round in that week’s game.
“While we are all adapting to a more virtual world, we wanted a fun way for our community to connect — and what better way to do that than through some friendly competition,” said CBMM Director of Education Jill Ferris. “We hope to see you there each week as we pick your brain on everything from Bay basics to more obscure details about the Chesapeake’s history, environment, and culture.”
The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum is currently closed to the public on a 24-hour basis. CBMM’s staff continues to work remotely and is monitoring COVID-19 and the Governor’s Office very closely to provide ongoing communication as the situation unfolds to determine when CBMM will reopen. For more information and the quickest access to updates, visit cbmm.org.
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